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Thursday, August 13, 2015

The Web API Checklist — 43 Things To Think About When Designing, Testing, and Releasing your API


When you're designing, testing, or releasing a new Web API, you're building a new system on top of an existing complex and sophisticated system. At a minimum, you're building upon HTTP, which is built upon TCP/IP, which is built upon a series of tubes. You're also building upon a web server, an application framework, and maybe an API framework. Most people, myself included, are not aware of all the intricacies and nuances of every component they're building upon. Even if you deeply understand each component, it's probably going to be too much information to hold in your head at one time.


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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

A Complete Guide to the MVC 6 Tag Helpers


Tag Helpers are a new feature in MVC that you can use for generating HTML. The syntax looks like HTML (elements and attributes) but is processed by Razor on the server. Tag Helpers are in many ways an alternative syntax to Html Helper methods but they also provide some functionality that was either difficult or impossible to do with helper methods. Each tag helper has a different behavior and different options. This post will give you an overview and links to more details for each tag helper.


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ASP.NET 5 Project Basics


When you create a new ASP.NET web application using the Web Application template, you are presented with a raft of new folders and files in a completely new structure. This article is the first in a series that attempts to demystify the new structure and the role that some of these files play. The article series starts with the Empty template and adds the various files that you might see in the web application template progressively to illustrate their purpose. This article uses Visual Studio 2105 RTM and ASP.NET 5 Beta 6. It will be updated in line with future releases.


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ASP.NET MVC ActionFilter: Custom Authorization


A while back, I posted my top 5 favorite ASP.NET MVC Action Filters and enhancing your controllers with ActionFilters, but honestly, it doesn't matter which ActionFilter I pick. I just love the idea of ActionFilters. They are just so simple and powerful...and pretty darn cool! For example, if you want to protect a certain section of your website, you place an [Authorize] attribute on an ActionResult method in your controller. If someone comes to your website and they try to hit that page and they aren't authorized, they are sent to the login page (Of course, you need to modify your web.config to point to the login page for this to work properly).


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Create a jQuery Plugin to Sort and Paginate a Table


In a previous article Using jQuery to Sort and Paginate a Table , we saw how on a table with hundreds of rows, we could use sorting and pagination to display a small subset of that data, at a given point of time. The navigation links would then allow users to move through the other subsets of data. With our newly acquired plugin knowledge gained in Authoring your First jQuery Plugin and Create a jQuery Plugin to display a Running Counter, let's build a sorting and pagination plugin for ourselves. Just as in our Authoring your First jQuery Plugin article, we will once again look up to the jQuery Boilerplate plugin to create our plugin. I strongly recommend you to read that article before you proceed further. Create a new file 'SortandPaginateTablePlugin.html'. Also create separate folders called 'scripts' and 'css' on the root. The css used in this article can be downloaded from the source code mentioned at the end of this article.


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Sunday, August 9, 2015

IMPROVE SERVER PERFORMANCE WITH ASYNCHRONOUS WEBAPI


In this article I want to show, how you can improve server performance dramatically by using Microsoft asynchronous WebAPI. The text shows, how a Microsoft WebAPI service backend can be improved to handle request asynchronously and so to increase the number of concurrent clients the server can handle. You can boost the user experience of client applications with asynchronous WebAPI services by being more reactive and fluent in the user interface. This document will not describe the client side in deep, focus is on the performance of the server side. In the following section, I write a very simple web service using Microsoft WebAPI, measure the performance of concurrent requests to that service and compare the results to a second scenario, where we will make the service asynchronous.


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Thursday, July 2, 2015

User Authentication in a jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap Application


This article shows you how to implement user authentication in a jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap application. We will use the Meeting Room Booking app as the sample application for this tutorial. User registration (which we added in the previous chapter of this series) and authentication are the door that users have to go into the application.


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Sencha Touch Best Practices for User Interface Development


In this article I talk about Sencha Touch best practices, specifically for developing user interfaces. I use the following practices in my projects. I think they will help you when developing Sencha Touch UIs.


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Monday, June 29, 2015

Build an AngularJS App Powered by Python EVE: Part 2


In the previous part of this series, we implemented the sign-in and sign-up process using the Eve API we created in the first part of the series. We used Node.js and AngularJS to create and get our app running. In this tutorial, we'll take our app development to the next level by using the Add, Edit and Delete APIs to create items in the user home page.


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Friday, June 26, 2015

Using Node.js to build REST APIs


Node.js is a platform for building server applications using JavaScript. The platform provides a way to create web applications and services that have to serve a large number of clients. One can quickly setup a basic server using Node.js that serves pages and APIs. In the last two posts, we saw how to get started with Node.js and how to serve pages and static content. In this post, we will see how to build some basic REST APIs using Node.js.


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Node.js Serving HTML pages and Static content


Node.js is a platform that provides a way to write server side code using JavaScript. This model works well for quickly prototyping a server based application and even in building highly accessed web apps. In our previous post Node.js Tutorial Series - Getting Started, we discussed basics and working model of a Node.js based application. In this post, we will see how to serve HTML pages, scripts and styles using Node.js.


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Thursday, June 25, 2015

jQuery More/Less Text


It was recently asked by a client to add a functionality that only displays the first few lines of a block of content with a "More" link at the bottom which when clicked, would expand the content to show fully. This can easily be done with just a little bit of jQuery and CSS. If a user doesn't have JavaScript enabled, the page will just display the content expanded and hide the More/Less buttons.


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Monday, May 12, 2014

Beginner's Guide to HTML5 & CSS3 - Web Storage Wizardry


The World Wide Web (WWW) is originally stateless. HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) - a set of rules that governs communications on the WWW, provides no means for maintaining states. Using HTTP alone, every request for a web page is a new and isolated one. In other words, you are anonymous or faceless to the website as it does not recognize you or remember your previous visits. This stateless WWW can be liken to your affair with the vending machines you frequent to buy your favorite beverages and snacks. These machines do not recognize you or remember your previous purchases. This type of model is fine if each transaction is independent and can be completed in a single cycle of request (press the product button) and response (out come the product). The stateless model of WWW cannot meet the sophisticated demands of today's web applications. A typical e-commence transaction session on the web, for example, will consists of a connected series of consecutive and iterative cycle of requests and responses - From browsing and searching items, adding items to cart, displaying cart content, changing cart items (iterative), changing item quantities (iterative), to checking out all within a single session. For this to happen, the e-commerce website must recognize you and remember your preceding activities with the website in order for it to correctly process your subsequent requests such as displaying cart content, changing cart items etc. In order words, today's web applications must employ some mechanism to maintain states in order to function properly.


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jQuery - How to Display Popup Window on Button Click in Asp.net


Introduction: Here I will explain how to display popup window on button click in asp.net using jQuery ui modal popup window or open jQuery modal popup window on button click in asp.net. Description: In previous articles I explained jquery show popup window during pageload, jquery simple modal popup window example, jQuery show alert message while leaving from website, jQuery enable /


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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

JavaScript Prototypes, Scopes, and Performance: What You Need to Know


JavaScript can seem like a very easy language to learn at first. Perhaps it's because of its flexible syntax. Or perhaps it's because of its similarity to other well known languages like Java. Or perhaps it's because it has so few data types in comparison to languages like Java, Ruby, or .NET. But in truth, JavaScript is much less simplistic and more nuanced than most developers initially realize. Even for developers with more experience, some of JavaScript's most salient features continue to be misunderstood and lead to confusion. One such feature is the way that data (property and variable) lookups are performed and the performance ramifications to be aware of. In JavaScript, data lookups are governed by two things: prototypal inheritance and scope chain. As a developer, clearly understanding these two mechanisms is essential, since doing so can improve the structure, and often the performance, of your code.


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Show jQuery UI Modal Popup Window on Button Click with Example


Introduction: Here I will explain show simple jQuery ui modal popup window on button click with example or creating modal popup window using jQuery ui plugin modal popup features or open jQuery modal popup window on button click with example. Description: In previous articles I explained jquery show popup window during pageload, jquery simple modal popup window example, jQuery show


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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Beginner's Guide to HTML5 & CSS3 - Getting Fancy with HTML5 & CSS3 (Series 5 of 12)


In this article we will learn more about CSS3 and some HTML5 related stuffs. By the end of the article you should be able to learn and understand the concepts and make use it in your day to day activities. This article is created with an effort in bringing interactive experience to the reader. Please feel free to run the demo for better experience. In order for you to feel a real time experience with the concepts explained in this article, Try it out option is provided (All code samples are developed using codepen.io editor) demonstrating the samples in a way you will interact with the sample code and learn. Feel free to open up, edit and see how the code works.


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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Understanding the "this" keyword in JavaScript


It's safe to say that the this keyword is probably one of the misunderstood parts of JavaScript. Admittedly, I used to throw the this keyword around until my script worked and it confused the hell out of me (and still does many other JS developers) around the world. Only when I learned about lexical scope, how functions are invoked, scope context, a few context changing methods - I really understood it.


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Monday, April 7, 2014

Developing a Password Strength Plugin with jQuery


Generally, most uses are non-technical, and have limited knowledge about how authentication works. Even for the technical users, it's difficult to figure out which passwords are strong and which are easily breakable. For example, a simple increase in password length does not necessarily make it harder to break. A password strength meter calculates the strength of a user entered password. Generally, its displayed as strength levels like very weak, weak, good, strong, etc. The meter is updated on each user input, so the calculation should occur as a onkeypress or onkeyup event handler. When a user attempts to create a new account, weak passwords can be detected and rejected, improving overall site security.


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Reading a Local File using HTML5 and JavaScript


One area where the web has lacked for some time is the lack of a true file system. HTML5 fills this void by providing a standard way of interacting with local files using the FIle API specification. These APIs are used to read file locally, handling images etc. Some of the specifications are as listed below: 1. File: Provides read-only information about the file like name, filesize, mimetype


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